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On the heels of the second season premiere of her hit WGN show Underground (returning March 8th,) Jurnee Smollett-Bell is serving up some fierce, retro glamour realness on the cover of Ebony magazine’s March issue. https://twitter.com/EBONYMag/status/832279886731558913 To celebrate the annual Women’s History Month this March, Ebony magazine has selected the beautiful and talented Jurnee Smollett-Bell […]

Chicago-based Johnson Publishing has decided to sell Ebony and Jet Magazines to the Clear View Group in Austin, Texas.

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Kerry Washington is looking to be the Rihanna of TV stars the way she’s scoring magazine covers lately! After gracing InStyle (we know the cover…

The stars were out Wednesday night at the Avalon Hollywood for Ebony’s Power 100 Gala. The annual list and event honor Black achievement in various categories, like…

Roc Nation has officially taken over Ebony! In celebration of their annual Black Music Month issue, the magazine has released four special covers with Beyonce,…

Jill Scott covers Ebony magazine's June 2011 Music issue. She shows off her 50lb. weight loss in a photo shoot and discusses her battle with her ex-fiance.

Between shooting down rumors that she is playing Aretha Franklin in her biopic, having her movie Frankie & Alice pushed back indefinitely and fighting for custody of her daughter, Halle Berry has had an auspicious start to 2011. She hopes to turn her fortunes around in the March issue of Ebony magazine. In the cover […]

Ebony Magazine celebrated it’s 65th Anniversary by recreating some of their more memorable covers. Taraji P. Henson, John Legend, Nia Long, Usher and many more paid tribute to legends like Dorothy Dandridge Sammy Davis, Jr. and Sidney Poitier. Click the gallery to see them all.

Magic Johnson is in talks to buy the Johnson Publishing magazine empire.  The firm publishes “Ebony” and “Jet” magazines and has a famous archive of photographs documenting African-American life in the U.S.  Any potential sale would include the company’s downtown Chicago headquarters, but there are reportedly liens on the building by a creditor.  metrosource